FedACH® Services

FedACH is the Federal Reserve's centralized ACH application software used to process Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments. The Federal Reserve is the nation's largest ACH operator, providing ACH services to more than 21,000 ACH participants.

The following links provide step-by-step instructions to assist you in navigating through the FedACH Services via the FedLine Web® or FedLine Advantage® application:

In addition, the following link will provide you with information on subscriber access roles in FedLine Web - Information Services and FedLine Advantage - Transaction Services.

The Federal Reserve is committed to providing you with exceptional customer service. Our FedACH Central Operations Support sites are available to assist you in using all of our products and services.

Contingency Planning Guides

The Federal Reserve Banks have developed contingency planning guides for customers accessing FedACH Services via FedPhone, FedMail, FedLine Web, FedLine Advantage, FedLine Command, and FedLine Direct. These guides are designed to help institutions prepare for service disruptions or problems related to hardware, software, data transmission or subscriber access and to identify steps to take during such situations.

The guides for FedMail and FedPhone are available on FRBservices.org. Click Business Continuity in the left-hand navigation, then choose FedACH Services Business Continuity from the box on the right. The guides for the FedLine Web and FedLine Advantage access solutions are available via the EUAC Center. The guides for FedLine Command and FedLine Direct were mailed to the EUAC on file for these services in November 2008. For further information, please contact your Customer Contact Center.